Hand-Drawn Cheesecake and Bondage Art from the desk of Andy - *Updated Often!*
I suspect you are indeed correct that Dee has been avoiding the pony girl treatment, though I am sure we are all pleased to see her wearing said gear at long last...possibly more so than she appears to be! She seems rather surprised at her outfit, perhaps wondering how she got into this predicament, thinking to herself, "...wait a second, I sell this stuff..." On the other hand, knowing her penchant for testing out her product, she's probably simply trying it on for size, in which case she could be looking back trying to figure out how to get a truly great swish into her tail! Either way, a great choice of angle and pose for her pony girl debut, showing her pulchritudinous charms to wonderful advantage atop her lovely long legs. The strong twist in her body as she looks back is very sensual and well handled, and the Dutch angle is balanced well with the triangle created by her tail, bridle and hair. The dark corner she is walking on strongly reinforces the angle too...all in all, a composition filled with great motion and flexibility yet contained in a restricted scenario. Cool...
Glad you liked it! Tobie and I discussed the pose for a while in the studio. I love the high-kicking poses I often use for the pony pieces, but we both agreed that Dee needed something different. So, the idea became one of having her "standing there without just standing there."
Nobody should be avoiding that. Glad to see they aren't!
Nope! And once a ponygirl, always a ponygirl, at least around here!
Well...I really don't know what to say...I think I'm the 1st to ask about her ponygirl pict, but boy you really deliver it as one beautiful pict here Andy.
Thanks, glad you liked it! Dee was overdue for the pony treatment, but she'll be prancing again soon!